Who are you from?
Who do you support, he asked,
Armagh or Tyrone? He thought
he would find me out, twice.
I say Tyrone. For the T and the y
and the rone bringing me crone,
the third-third of the triple moon.
He walked away, rigged his hood
cursed to Jesus H Christ, I had no truth.
Catherine Regan is a wife and mother from Northern Ireland. She studied English at Queens University Belfast and began writing when she was fourteen. She has had a few poems published in the past but is currently finding her feet in the world of poetry again. She doesn’t like her job and loves cooking for her family and friends.